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MartyG

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About MartyG

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  1. Hi Jarrath, Member P4D sent me a copy a couple of years ago but I lost it when my old computer died, If he,s still around he may still have a copy. Cheers
  2. Had a 40 minute flight with the wife from Boonah checking out Lake Moogerah, Slightly bumpy day but beautiful place to fly. It was the first time since 1986 the Wife and I had flown together, Slightly nervous but said she enjoyed it. Ran into Danny_galaga for brief chat so good day allround. Cheers
  3. Very sad to lose a loved one, Condolences to his family & friends.
  4. Cheers m8, I,ll give you a yell when i can get up that way as long as it suits you of course, hopefully next week. cheers
  5. Absolutely agree m8, mine was just an example, Eyes outside more than in for sure, Just think people should be more precise with position calls. Cheers
  6. Absolutely right Roundsounds but i think Down under was referring to pilots joining crosswind through the the very middle of runway, I would never join crosswind beyond the departure threshold for the very reason you stated. But if I am near midfield on downwind and someone calls joining crosswind I am naturally going to start looking towards the departure threshold area, not 90 degrees to my immediate right.
  7. You would think it was laziness & not what they have been taught, With aircraft in the circuit area being in close proximity to each other that is not the time for vauge position reports. The last thing you need in the circuit is looking for someone where they say they are and not being able to find them because their crossing 200ft behind you on downwind.
  8. Yeh the Red demo model at Airventure was very impressive.
  9. Cheers, your a good m8 as always, and don't forget if you ever want that Sierra looked after for any extended period of time I,m happy to do it m8, would even give it plenty of exercise for you
  10. Hey guys, Anyone in the Qld Southeast in the process of building either a Sonex or Zenith601/650 & wouldn't mind someone popping in to check it out, Plenty of YouTube stuff on builds but would like to see one in the flesh. Cheers
  11. We attended all 3 days and the aircraft camping area we drive past was never close to being full, Saturday morning looked like more than previous day's but still plenty of room. I enjoyed the event overall, plenty of display aircraft on show compared to Narromine, I would like to see more involvement from kit suppliers with partial assembled kits on display, most of the vendors in main tent were mainly high-end avionics. But overall I enjoyed the event. Matt Halls display in the MSXR was amazing & gotta love the Warbird. Darling wife bought me a joyride in the Stearman, Awesome
  12. Hey CanMan, I recently got back into flying after a 28 year break, Got my GA ticket back in 85 then like you other life things got in the way. After a bit of messing around with CASA convincing them my license was still valid I did the conversion to Ra-Aus, Driver licence standard medical, cheaper to fly generally than GA. Get into it m8 & enjoy.
  13. Yeh we were happy to pay for parking, glad it's going towards something good, The guys getting traffic out were great, job well done. Matt Halls flight in the MSXR was awesome.
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